The following highlighted rules are strictly enforced at Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge:1. Camping, overnight use and fires are prohibited.2. Vehicles are permitted on designated routes only.3. The refuge is open for public use during daylight hours only, and trespassing in closed areas is prohibited.4. The destruction, disturbance and/or collection of plants, animals, minerals, property and artifacts is prohibited on the refuge5. Dog training is not permitted on the refugeDownload the Public Use Regulations Brochure for a complete list:
Union Slough Public Use Regulations Brochure
**ATTENTION HUNTERS - There has been a change to the regulations: Beginning in 2014, the Core Area of the Refuge will be open to only ring-necked pheasant and gray partridge hunting from January 6th-10th each year. **
Download the Hunting Regulations Brochure for a complete list of hunting regulations:
Union Slough Hunting Regulations
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Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge was established by an Executive Order in 1938 and was designated a migratory waterfowl refuge.